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Kenyan Central Bank Calls Converting the Nation’s Reserves to Bitcoin “Crazy”

The governor of the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), Patrick Njoroge, has called the notion of investing the nation’s reserves in bitcoin “crazy.” Njoroge added that if he were to…

Alima Nzeket, a 31-year-old female tech expert from Cameroon, is the nation’s representative for this year’s TechWomen in America.

Women in technology are becoming more prominent, and Cameroon has been instrumental in encouraging female digital entrepreneurs across the country. Mrs. Alima Nzeket Epse Bessama, a 31-year-old computer science engineering…

Nearly 400 attendees flooded the WOO Network Nigeria blockchain meetup.

As the campaign to raise general understanding of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology continues, interest in and passion for crypto meetings is growing in Africa. This week, CryptoAfricaNow (CAN) takes a…

Kenyan cryptocurrency enthusiasts anticipate that the country’s new president, Willam Ruto, would be more pro-crypto than his predecessor.

Kenya, one of the biggest crypto-nations in East Africa, has inaugurated Willam Ruto as its new leader in Nairobi, the nation’s capital. Willam Ruto narrowly defeated Mr. Odinga in Kenya’s…

Vitalik Buterin Surprises Attendees at Kyiv Tech Summit to Show Support for Ukraine

It was a closely guarded security secret, but Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin stunned delegates at the Kyiv Tech Summit on Friday by demonstrating solidarity for war-torn Ukraine. It is not…

CAR: Despite the country’s high court rejecting citizenship for cryptocurrency investors, Sango Coin investors would still receive benefits from the government.

Through its own official cryptocurrency called the sango coin, the Central African Republic (CAR), one of the first nations in Africa to accept bitcoin as legal tender, has been making…

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